My son is prescribed 12mg a day .since 12 mg are no longer on pbs he now has to take?
- 19 Feb 2010 by sueyeoman3
- invega, schizophrenia
6 twice a day .should he take them together or 12 hours apart.the medication is invega .which is a slow release pill
19 Feb 2010
Isnt' 12 mg of Invega too high for your son? 12mg is a maximal daily dose, the recommended dose is 6mg. If your doctor prescribed you 12mg, in this case the medication is usually taken once in the morning, however, your doctor may indicated and another dosage regimen
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